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Wednesday, November 24, 2010

Cognitive Science, the Future & Convergence across Disciplines: Embodied Cognition, Narratives, & Artifacts

2010. 11. 23. 서울대 인지과학협동과정. 초청강연 파일. ppt-pdf/1.6M

-[The Texts are in Korean.] - / 289 slides/ file size = 1.6 Mega

An Invited Talk : Cognitive Science Program, Seoul National University (SNU),
Date: November 23, 2010; 10:00 AM-12:00 PM
Venue; Sinyang Humanities Hall, International Conference Room, SNU


The main features of the future technological society, and how the Converging Technologies (CT) framework has evolved starting from that of U.S.A. NSF's NBIC and Europe's CTEKS, and where it stands now were discussed, with an emphasis given to the role Cognitive Science plays in the current and future CT. It was postulated that the on-going third movement in Cognitive Science involves the Embodied Cognition approach, narrative cognition approach, and an emphasis on artifacts and human interactions with it. Implications of this third movement in Cognitive Science for possible reframings of the future science (including university-wise) systems and for (cognitive) technological innovations were further elaborated.

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